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Cameron McKinnon is a name I haven’t heard before, but also a name I’ll remember when Nokia finally launches its Windows 8 tablet. Cameron is the creator of the beautiful Nokia Tab concept tablet shown below, running Windows 8 on top of an ARM based processor. This device is inspired by the Nokia N9 phone and by the Sony Tablet S, according to the designer.
Nokia Tab uses a massive 14.3 inch display, a 12 megapixel camera with Xenon flash and Carl Zeiss lens, plus Microsoft Kinect motion capture support through a front camera. The gadget is 12mm in thickness, it has 1GB of memory, a 64GB or 128GB HDD and it will be available in WiFi or WiFi + 4G models, if it’s ever made. It also has a SD card slot, a SIM card slot, USB 3.0 and micro USB 2.0 ports and a 3.5mm audio jack. Nokia’s concept tablet runs Windows 8 ARM Edition and its design also involves ergonomic curves for comfortable holding in portrait and landscape mode.
There’s also a power button with LED light in the mix, a camera button and the screen is curved making Windows 8 gestures more natural. The screen has a slope so that it’s easier to type on it and the bulkier side makes this look a bit like the Sony Tablet S. What do you think of this unique Nokia Windows 8 tablet? Would you buy one?